Fundraiser T-Shirt Designs - Raise Money for Your Fundraiser with T-Shirts

There's nothing we love more at CustomInk than seeing photos from your charity and fundraising events. Custom t-shirts are a great way to build morale within your fundraising team, and they make your events more fun! Whether you need to create t-shirts for Autism Awareness, a Breast Cancer Walk, or any fundraiser under the sun, CustomInk can help.

Jana's Journey and For the Girls by SueKury - almost 5 years ago

Jana's Journey And For The Girls T-Shirt Photo

"This event was our 2nd annual benefit to honor the memory of our friend Jana who lost her battle with breast cancer at the young age of 37. It took place at Uncle Mike's in Pleasant Prairie, WI on Saturday, July 18, 2009. All proceeds ($6323) went to the Amercian Cancer Society and the Breast Cancer 3-day. We had 26 volunteers all wearing these awesome shirts! CustomInk was so great to work with, from the first contact all the way through the follow-ups after our shirts arrived. Thanks for the memories!!!"

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Lymphomathon 2009 by heatherbennett - almost 5 years ago

Lymphomathon 2009 T-Shirt Photo

"I ordered shirts for my Lymphomathon team, Baily's Angels. We walked in support of my 4 year old son, Baily who is fighting lymphoma. Our walk took place on July 12, 2009, in Seattle, WA. Making the shirts was easy and fun! I was able to make 7 different designs and finally picked a great one. Loved all the different colors and art."

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A little cold but we made it. by adklg1 - almost 5 years ago

A Little Cold But We Made It. T-Shirt Photo

"A benefit ride in memory of a co-worker. All proceeds to go to a scholorship fund in his name. His son and daughter are in the photo and his daughter rode her fathers bike on the ride,135 miles through the heart of the Adirondack Mnts. Photo was taken @ a buffalo farm. The last 22 miles saw heavy rain, lighting and hail but a great day for a good cause and everyone loved the shirts! even though most had them covered up with jackets in the photo. Thanks a lot for your help! Whitney Russell Lake George NY"

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Boy Scout Troop 102 by SVorstadt - almost 5 years ago

Boy Scout Troop 102 T-Shirt Photo

"Boy Scout Troop 102 is shown here working the conscession stand as a fund-raiser at Bethel Woods. Woodstock occured 40 years ago here and we are at the New York Philharmic concert wearing our class B uniforms that we got from CustomInk!"

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It is Great to be Alive in Colma #2 by OConnor - almost 5 years ago

It Is Great To Be Alive In Colma #2 T-Shirt Photo

"This is the Board of Directors of The Colma Historical Association. The shirt is a fundraiser for our museum. Why its great to be alive in Colma: We are 1,500 living residents and 1.5 million underground residents in our 17 cemetaries! Why use CustomInk? Easy to design and order; great turnaround and fast shipping."

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Rock Away Cancer by Maranda - almost 5 years ago

Rock Away Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"We made our shirts to wear at the Monroe County Relay For Life. Our shirts were only for our team and we all wore them to represent our team, Rock Away Cancer. We got plently of compliments on them, people even questioned where they could buy them!"

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It is Great to be Alive in Colma by OConnor - almost 5 years ago

It Is Great To Be Alive In Colma T-Shirt Photo

"This is the Board of Directors of The Colma Historical Association. The shirt is a fundraiser for our museum. Why its great to be alive in Colma: We are 1,500 living residents and 1.5 million underground residents in our 17 cemetaries! Why use CustomInk? Easy to design and order; great turnaround and fast shipping."

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Team Tacey by TeamTacey - almost 5 years ago

Team Tacey T-Shirt Photo

"We created Team Tacey on honor of our 6 year old grandson who was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, 7/3/08. We raised over $5,000 for autism research. We found custom ink an affordable and fun way to make our team shirts. We were so touched by their generous donation. We didn't even ask! They contacted us! No one gives back like that! We've told everyone about custom ink and we won't use anyone else in the future! Sincerely, Team Tacey"

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Barran Liebman Supports SALC - 2009 by BarranLiebman - almost 5 years ago

Barran Liebman Supports Salc   2009 T-Shirt Photo

"Portland, Oregon – Barran Liebman geared up for the annual St. Andrew Clinic Race for Justice 5K Walk/Run this past Saturday to help raise funds for the non-profit that serves local low-income families needing legal representation. More than 20 firm members participated in the Race for Justice, and the firm was a major sponsor which included the donation of air time on OPB radio for publicity. This race marked the highest number of attendees yet, according to race coordinators. The clinic was excited to see so many new faces contributing to the event. “Coming together as a firm and supporting our local community is a great way to kick-off summer,” says Ed Harnden, the firm’s managing partner. "Barran Liebman is proud to support such a fantastic organization.” The St. Andrew Legal Clinic, also known as SALC, is a community-based non-profit organization that provides quality legal services, in the area of family law, to low-income individuals and families who might otherwise not have access to them. SALC opened its doors in 1979 and has served more than 35,000 individuals and families. All of the funds raised at this event directly help low-income families in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas and Columbia counties receive legal representation. About Barran Liebman Barran Liebman LLP is an employment and labor law firm located in Portland, Oregon. Barran Liebman attorneys represent and advise employers on employment, labor and employee benefits decisions."

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RelayForLifeBoston by RelayForLifeBoston - almost 5 years ago

Relay For Life Boston T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken in June at Relay For Life in Boston. It is of two colleagues walking arm in arm as they commit to fighting cancer one step at a time."

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